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institute, a conservative policy research center. and ron pollock is executive director of families u.s.a. a health care consumer advocacy group which worked to help pass the law. and gentlemen, we welcome you both to the newshour. >> thank you. >> pelley: ron pollock, let me start with you: what's your reaction to this announcement from governor scott? >> i think it's a hallelujah moment. i think it's terrific. i think this means that we're going to see states all across the country, i think, follow what governor scott has done. as you aptly indicated, florida was the state that first went to court to challenge the constitutionality of the affordable care act. it was that case that went to the supreme court. so this is a big deal. and mind you, for floridians this is enormous, because if you've looked at the eligibility standards that exist today they're really meager for parents, for example, in a three-person family. they're ineligible for health coverage under medicaid if they have incomes over $11,000. for people who are -- don't have any children, it makes no difference what the
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